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  • health policy
    May 31st, 2022
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    health policy
    May 31st, 2022

    Welcome to the Regence Health Policy Center

    The Regence Health Policy Center will build on Cambia Grove's connections and shared knowledge to advance policies that address and solve the emerging challenges facing our health care system.
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    Vince Porter
    2 min read
  • care at home
    June 22nd, 2022
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    care at home
    June 22nd, 2022

    Home-Based Care: What Does the Future Hold?

    One hundred years ago, it was common for doctors to visit patients at home. Over time, house calls and other forms of home-based care became less popular as patients increasingly received care in hospitals and other institutional settings. While most care now takes place in medical facilities, in recent years there has been a resurgence in home-based care as a convenient and cost-effective way to provide treatment for patients.
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    Vince Porter
    5 min read
  • care at home
    June 22nd, 2022
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    care at home
    June 22nd, 2022

    Moving Cancer Care into the Home with the Huntsman at Home™ Program

    Continuing our Care at Home Series, we interviewed American Scientist, Co-Leader of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Distinguished Professor in the College of Nursing for the University of Utah, Dr. Kathi Mooney.
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    Dr. Kathi Mooney,
    Vince Porter
    5 min read
  • guest article
    June 27th, 2022
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    guest article
    June 27th, 2022

    Don't Sunset Affordability: Why Congress Needs to Extend Marketplace Subsidies Now

    One of the constructive legacies from the COVID-19 pandemic is the historic improvement in the number of Americans with health insurance. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) made critical investments to make health insurance more affordable for people seeking coverage outside the workplace. However, without swift Congressional action, this legacy could be lost. Congress must renew the temporary subsidies that lowered health care costs and made Marketplace coverage more accessible for millions of Americans
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    Ryne Carney
    4 min read

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